In Kennewick, Washington, an after-party, at the Hilton Garden Inn which occurred shortly after G-Unit's recording artist Young Buck concert, abruptly ended with gun fire leaving one man wounded and nine arrested.
In Kennewick, Washington, an after-party, at the Hilton Garden Inn which occurred shortly after G-Unit's recording artist Young Buck concert, abruptly ended with gun fire leaving one man wounded and nine arrested. The rapper himself was stated to have announced the location of the after party with more than 50 people following him to the Hilton Garden Inn According to police, the shoot-out was possibly caused by members of Young Buck's entourage and rival rappers, but it is unclear just yet. The nine arrested told police that they were either attending the concert or where hip-hop artists who were performing at the concert at Club Paradise on the lineup with Young Buck.
According to a police official, what alarmed them was a 911 call that was attempted but was hung-up by a caller and when the caller was called back gunshots could be heard in the background. An official also stated that as patrol was arriving on the scene, a white Limousine and SUV were seen leaving the area that witnesses alerted them about. Both vehicles were stopped by Richland police on Hwy 240 and I-182 ending with the subjects being detained.
A total of six rounds were stated to have been fired with few rounds hitting a few cars including a $100,000 Mercedes with one having a $10,000 bail bond receipt on the seat. The bullets also hit the hotel building, including the door of a hotel room occupied by two guests and injured one man's leg. All the people who were arrested were Seattle residents and were not from the area. The shooting left Robert Osound, 30 years-old from Las Vegas, shot with a bullet piercing in his left leg and going through his right leg.
Booked on charges in Benton County jail were Cedrein D. Johnson, 27; Raymel Jones, 28; Jareil Vanga, 25; Camilo Saunz, 25; Adren Conley, 27; Ronald Banks Jr., 24; Leandre Conerly, 22; Donnie Adams, 26; and William Fomby, 21 for not reporting a crime and they could possibly face multiple charges.